Steve Reeves returns as the legendary hero(his 2nd and last appearance as the character), helping to quell a feud between two warring brothers in his homeland. He also encounters a temptress(Sylvia Lopez), and risks all to save his bride (Sylva Koschina). English Language, 16X9 widescreen version. Note: This copy is missing some scenes/dialogue but I hope it is an upgrade in image quality compared to whats already on IA. Enjoy the show. Topic: "Hercules" "Classic Film" "1950s"
The Adventures of the legendary hero (played by strongman Steve Reeves) as he pursues the love of a princess (Sylva Koschina) and embarks with Jason and the crew of the Argo to find the Golden Fleece. The original that pretty much started the "sword and sandal" genre. Mario Bava handled much of the actual filming, as well as effects and look, of this film and its sequel "Hercules Unchained". English Language, 16X9 Widescreen Version. Topic: "Hercules" "Classic Film" "1950s"
Theatrical trailer for the 1931 film "Five Star Final". This drama about an unethical newspaper got nominated for a "best picture" oscar. Starring Edward G. Robinson. While the film is copyrighted, this trailer is public domain. Topics: Classic Film, Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s
Therese and Isabelle (1968) Surprisingly, one of Radley Metzger's "more thoughtful" lesbian themed films, told in a very NON-exploitative fashion, with a very realistic plot line. It's about a woman named Therese who visits her former all-girl boarding school in France (20 years later), where she had a passionate romance with a fellow student named Isabelle. Their story is told in flashbacks, which recall the joy and heartbreak of first love. The sex scenes between the girls are... Topics: vintage, classic, film, lesbian interest
A German drama film directed by Géza von Radványi and based on the play (credited here as "Ritter Nérestan") by Christa Winsloe. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival. It is a remake of the 1931 film (of the same name).Plot: In the early twentieth century, after the death of her mother, the young Manuela is admitted to a boarding school for girls where the headmistress imposes a rigid discipline. Manuela projects all her affection onto (falls in love with)... Topics: vintage, classic, film, lesbian interest
Nuray Media is committed to the restoration and preservation of classic movies and TV shows. The trailers found here highlight our growing collection and our dedication to conserving film history by providing easy access to hundreds of classic titles for your enjoyment. Topics: classic cinema, classic film, stream movies online
Theatrical trailer for the 1953 film "The Band Wagon", which got positive reviews but was only a modest box office hit. It starred Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse, Oscar Levant, Nanette Fabray, and Jack Buchanan. Interestingly, the characters of Lester and Lily Marton were patterned after the screenwriters (Betty Comden and Adolph Green), though they weren't romantically involved in real life. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1950s
Theatrical trailer for the 1934 comedy-musical film "The Gay Divorcee" starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers and Edward Everett Horton. Condition is a bit poor. Topics: Classic Film Trailer, Film Trailer, Theatrical Trailer, 1930s
Theatrical trailer for the 1943 musical "Cabin in the Sky", starring Ethel Waters, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, and Lena Horne. The film is notable for having an all African-American cast, for being the first film directed by Vincente Minnelli, and for having an inane & unneeded "apology" message on the DVD release. Yet they didn't apologise for "So Long Oolong" in "Three Little Words" or for having Mickey Rooney play Lorenz Hart in "Words and... Topics: African-American history, 1940s, 40s, Classic Film Trailer, Trailers
Theatrical trailer for the 1949 film "The Barkleys of Broadway", starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers and Oscar Levant. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Theatrical Trailer, 1940s, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Classic Film Trailer
Theatrical trailer for the 1950 film "Three Little Words", starring Fred Astaire, Red Skelton and Vera-Ellen. It was a biography of songwriters Bert Kalmar & Harry Ruby. Director was Richard Thorpe, infamous for being fired from directing "The Wizard of Oz" after several weeks (only stills and home movies survive from his version). The film also featured Debbie Reynolds in a small but important role. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Rob and Gurn welcome Christopher Dickey, award-winning author, journalist and son of Deliverance author James Dickey, about his time spent on the set of Deliverance. Topics: deuling banjos, deliverance, classic film, james dickey, christopher dickey
This is the first in a series of brief biographies of character actors active in horror and science fiction films of the classic pre-1960 period. Narration is by Dwight's late son, Buddy Frye. This series was created for the Monster Bash convention held in the Pittsburgh area each summer, and will not be made commercially available. Topics: dwight frye, character actor, classic film, actor, horror, gangster
A vintage re-issue trailer for the 1948 MGM musical film "Easter Parade", starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Peter Lawford and Ann Miller. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Theatrical trailer for the 1948 film "Words and Music", a highly fictionalised biography of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart. Starred Tom Drake and Mickey Rooney. Although it did well at the box office, due to the large production costs, the film lost money. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Theatrical trailer for the 1958 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film "Gigi", starring Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier, and Louis Jourdan. This was the final major success by the Arthur Freed unit, which operated almost like a seperate division within MGM. The final film by the unit, "Bells are Ringing", came out in 1960. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Old, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Theatrical trailer for the 1952 musical-comedy film "Singin' in the Rain", starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds. The producer was Arthur Freed, who was the lyricist of the title song. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Trailers, Classic Film Trailer
Theatrical trailer for the 1933 hit film "Gold Diggers of 1933". The film was a partial remake of the (now-incomplete/lost) 1929 film "Gold Diggers of Broadway" and the (fully lost) 1923 silent film "The Gold Diggers". The backstage musical was heavily themed around the "great depression", seen most notably in the production number "Remember My Forgotten Man". This trailer is public domain, even though the film itself isn't. Topics: Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, Great Depression, Popular, Theatrical Trailer
Theatrical trailer for the 1933 hit film "42nd Street", a backstage musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers staged and directed by Busby Berkeley. This was Ruby Keeler's first film. The film is sometimes credited with reviving the semi-dead musical genre, which had fallen out of favor around 1931. This trailer is public domain, though the film itself isn't. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Popular
Theatrical trailer for the 1934 musical-comedy film "Dames", starring Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Joan Blondell, Zasu Pitts, Guy Kibbee, and Hugh Herbert. The film was directed by Ray Enright, with musical numbers created & directed by Busby Berkeley. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Warner Bros
Theatrical trailer for the 1949 MGM musical "On the Town" starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra. The trailer is interesting because it spoofs the "Voice of the Globe" shorts that Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer made. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Trailers, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1940s
Alex and Marc discuss the sci-fi masterpiece Tron Legacy. Listen as they talk about the first Tron movie and what lead up to it's sequel. They breakdown what did like...everything...and what they didn't like....Jeff Bridges' 1989 face.Oh and Quora is HOT!At the end, they have news about the possible third installment of the Tron franchise. Topics: movies, movie, cult classic, cult, classic, film, news, rumors, discussion, discussion, films,...
Continuing with our horror, Halloween theme...Marc and Alex review the 1978 movie...Invasion of the Body Snatchers.A dog with a human head? Pod people? A hippy Spock? Oh my.Movie Central is a part of the Screeching Dog Network. screechingdog.com Topics: movies, movie, cult classic, cult, classic, film, news, rumors, discussion, discussion, films,...
Theatrical trailer for the 1951 film "Storm Warning", about a model who while visiting her sister, witnesses a Ku Klux Klan murder. While the film itself is copyrighted, this trailer is public domain. Topics: Classic Film Trailer, Theatrical Trailer, Ku Klux Klan, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Old
This is the fifth in a series of brief biographies of character actors active in horror and science fiction films of the classic, pre-1960 period. Most often identified with the hysterical maid, Minnie, in Bride of Frankenstein, Una was capable of subtle dramatic performances as well as comedy. This series was created for the Monster Bash convention held in the Pittsburgh area each summer, and will not be made commercially available. Topics: una o'connor, classic horror, classic film, cavalcade, witness for the prosecution
The theatrical trailer for the 1944 film-noir "Laura", starring Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price and Judith Anderson. In this popular film, a police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he is investigating. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, 1940s, 40s, Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Film-noir, Old
Theatrical trailer for a film released in 1956 called "Invitation to the Dance". This all-dancing, no-dialogue film consisted of three segments, each telling a story through dance. Gene Kelly directed this movie, and appears in all 3 segments. The film was a box office failure, and wasn't a success with critics either. However, today it is considered to be something of a classic. (this trailer is public domain, though the film itself isn't) Topics: Classic Film Trailer, Trailer, Theatrical Trailer, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, George...
What does it mean to be human? What's the next step in human evolution? How long until the robot apocalypse? Who run Barter Town? Join as RJ MacReady and Dr. Blair tackle all sorts of heady questions in this weeks review of Stephen Spielberg's somewhat overlooked masterpiece: AI. Also, this week, listen to the end to hear our new contributor Indiana Solo share his feelings about the "the most overrated director of all time." Topics: Sci-fi, scifi, movie, AI, review, science, fiction, classic, film, science, fiction, 80s, 70s
In honor of the month of Halloween, Marc breaksdown the classic "Night of the Living Dead"...the movie that created the Zombie Genre and inspired the "Walking Dead" television show.This episode is chock full of behind the scene facts and what happened in the movie...including the only zombie in history to pick up a rock and use it!This the first of several movies that will be reviewed this month, leading up to the grand finale on Halloween. This episode is also on our... Topics: movies, movie, cult classic, cult, classic, film, news, rumors, discussion, discussion, films,...
Theatrical trailer for the 1945 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical "Yolanda and the Thief", starring Fred Astaire, Lucille Bremer, and Frank Morgan. This film was a massive box office bomb at the time of release, and was a critical failure as well. It badly damaged Bremer's career, and led to Astaire contemplating retirement. This trailer is public domain, even though the film itself is not. Topics: Box office bomb, flop, unpopular, Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Fred Astaire,...
Theatrical trailer for the 1950 musical feature film "Summer Stock", starring Judy Garland & Gene Kelly. This was Garland's last film for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, her later films being for other studios. Presented here is a trailer, and also a teaser for the film. Topics: 1950, Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, Judy Garland, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
This is the third in a series of brief biographies of character actors active in horror and science fiction films of the classic, pre-1960 period. Skelton was a very talented character actor, often compared to Dwight Frye in that he appeared in similar roles in horror and gangster pictures. His skill with make up and odd characterizations has often been compared to that of Lon Chaney Sr. This series was created for the Monster Bash convention held in the Pittsburgh area each summer, and will... Topics: charactor actor, biography, horror, science fiction, gangster, crime, classic film, frankenstein,...
"The Fireman" (1916) is a silent comedy featuring the hysterical Charlie Chaplin as a firefighter. Topics: Charlie Chaplin, Chaplin, Fireman, The Fireman, Classic film, Classic movie, Comedy, Classic...